Hard to believe that Main Street can support more eateries, with a reported 40+ in the area, but I'm wishing success for most of these concepts.
PROVA- A Brazilian Steakhouse at the old site of the Asa Bearse House. Despite the run-ins with the local building inspector due to the high volume of unauthorized renovations, the building is finally taking shape. It is clearly the most intense renovation that this site has seen in many, many years. Hopefully they will restore the lovely courtyard as well. I'm not sure Hyannis will support another place specializing in overly-salted meat, but it bears watching.
PIZZA BARBONE- This is being opened by the same fellow that frequents many of the local farmer's markets with his wood burning mobile stove. I've only tried it once, but it was very tasty and they cook up fast! He's installing a custom wood burning oven from Italy which is certaily unique for the mid-Cape. I just hope he can succeed given the other two excellent pizzas available on Main Street, Palio's and Columbo's.
Here's a link to his Mobile Cart site: http://www.pizzabarbone.com/
CAFE RONDEVOUZ - No details that I can sniff out except a planned spring/early summer opening.
BEECH TREE CANTINA- This is the place I'm personally most excited to see. Developed and owned by the same owner of The Roadhouse, Columbo's, and The Black Cat, it promises authentic, upscale Mexican. A scan of the menu seems to bear this out. It's a concept long overdue for the mid-Cape, expecially for those tired of the drek that is Sam Diego's or Gringo's. Opens April 1st!!!